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Reproductive biology of Australian acacias: important mediator of invasiveness?
(Blackwell Publishing Ltd, 2011)
Aim Reproductive traits are important mediators of establishment and spread of introduced species, both directly and through interactions with other life-history traits and extrinsic factors. We identify features of the ...
Molecular systematics and ecology of invasive kangaroo paws in South Africa: management impications for a horticulturally important genus
Most legislation pertaining to non-native organisms is implicitly focussed at the individual species level. However, in some cases interspecific hybrids can be more invasive than any of the parent species. This is problematic ...
The importance of pollinators and autonomous self-fertilisation in the early stages of plant invasions: Banksia and Hakea (Proteaceae) as case studies
(German Botanical Society and the Royal Botanical Society of the Netherlands, 2016)
Reproduction is a crucial stage in the naturalisation of introduced plant species. Here, using breeding system experiments and observations of floral visitors, we investigate whether a lack of pollinators or an inability ...